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Table S1. from Metabolic rate in common shrews is unaffected by temperature, leading to lower energetic costs through seasonal size reduction

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posted on 16.04.2020 by Paul J. Schaeffer, M. Teague O'Mara, Japhet Breiholz, Lara Keicher, Javier Lázaro, Marion Muturi, Dina K. N. Dechmann
All model results evaluating the effects of body mass, standaridized skull height,(BCH), temperature, and season on abosolute metabolic rates (VO2 (ml/min) and relative metabolic rates (VO2 ml/kg/h) and include individual ID as a ranndom intercept and season, season as a random slope, and continuous time autocorrelation structure. Body mass, skull height, and temperature were all scaled prior to analysis . Models are shown in order of their AICc rank.